Arthur Greenberg is currently an educational consultant, and a writer and editor, specializing in the British sports car, the Morgan.
Previously, Dr. Greenberg had served as Vice President for Strategic Partnerships at the Institute for Student Achievement (ISA); an Outreach Specialist for the Education Alliance at Brown University; and a Professor at New York University's Steinhardt School of Education. Greenberg had an extensive career in public education in New York City, including serving as a junior high school English teacher in Brooklyn, New York; a founding faculty member and administrator at City-As-School; Principal of Middle College and Beach Channel High Schools; Community Superintendent of District 25 in Queens, New York; and Supervising Superintendent for Executive and New School Development.
Greenberg has served on a number of boards, including the Center for Arts Education and the Bronx Charter School for the Arts. He had served as Executive Board member and President of the New York City School Superintendents’ Association and is a winner of the Harold McGraw Prize in Education.
Greenberg earned a B.B.A. in Management from City College of New York; an M.A. in English Education from New York University, an M.S. and Professional Diploma in Educational Administration from Pace University; and an Ed. D. from Teachers College, Columbia University.